On May 3rd of 2012 MGM held it’s first Radio blogcast and discussed the market for painted vinyl windows. We also talked about our relationship with IVC Industrial coatings. MGM has invested an additional $40,000 worth of color matching computer … Continue reading
Question: What is the annual savings if I upgrade from Clear glass to Low-e glass on the 5610 Series Single Hung window.
Today I reponded to a forum article and I thought I would make it my latest Blog post. The Forum’s initial question was: MGM vs Simonton. I got a little long winded and my posts were deleted: that which follows … Continue reading
(click on any of the pictures to zoom in for more details) Figure 1. Why on earth would you replace your old drafty wood windows and leave the old rotten sills and mainframes in the home?
During the fall many homeowners fanatically get their windows installed in the fall in order to prepare for the cold winter months. Many people are of the mind that windows should not be installed in the middle of … Continue reading
Question: What is one of the most common mistakes that building contractors make when installing windows and doors? Answer: Not allowing enough clearance between the brick and the installed window.
One of the most asked frequently questions we get from all types of individuals is: Is your window Energy Star approved? Everyone gets frustrated by the answer: yes, but, it depends on your location. Usually the next sound from … Continue reading
Can PVC or Vinyl be recycled? PVC can be recycled. We have been recycling uPVC at MGM Industries each and every day since we started extruding the material in 1999. We started making PVC (vinyl) windows in 1985, and we … Continue reading
The PVC used to make vinyl windows is actually a cake mix of ingredients. What follows is a list of the basic ingredients used in the manufacturing of vinyl windows and doors in the United States. It is made up … Continue reading
…Is PVC safe? That is a question that extreme environmental groups have been using to try to scare the public away from PVC for about 15 years. Before you read any more of this article bear in mind that I … Continue reading